NEBULA: 'BBC Sessions' To Be Released In June
Los Angeles rockers NEBULA will release a CD containing their performance on the November 2003 edition of BBC Radio 1's "Rock Show with Daniel P. Carter" in June via Sweet Nothing/Cargo in Europe. A U.S. release date has yet to be announced. Tracks expected to appear on the effort include "Strange Human", "Good Morning Lil School Girl", "Atomic Ritual" and "Instant Gravitation".
In other news, the band has posted its video for the song "Wired", taken from the group's "Apollo" album. Watch it below.
A new NEBULA demo track, entitled "The Dagger", is available for streaming on the group's MySpace page. The song is one of ten tracks that the California rockers recorded at The Pass studios in Los Angeles.
NEBULA last year announced the addition of drummer Rob Oswald (KARMA TO BURN, MONDO GENERATOR) to the group's ranks.
NEBULA's latest album, "Apollo", was released in 2006 via Liquor and Poker. The CD was produced by Daniel Rey (RAMONES, MISFITS, L7) and mastered by Howie Weinberg (THE MARS VOLTA, SONIC YOUTH, FRANZ FERDINAND).
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